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Africa’s Biggest “Digital Dividend” lies in its Rural Areas, Argues New Report

Africa’s Biggest “Digital Dividend” lies in its Rural Areas, Argues New Report

A joint report released by the panel of agriculture and food security experts has revealed that Africa’s agriculture could be driven by modern technology, hence allowing farmers to leapfrog…

Whatever Denials RNC Issues, It Is A Terror Group

Whatever Denials RNC Issues, It Is A Terror Group

Kayumba Nyamwasa’s RNC – a group that perpetrated grenade attacks in Rwanda between 2010 and 2014 that killed a total of 17 civilians and injured over 400 – has put out…

Rwandans Arrested in Uganda take case to Regional Court

Rwandans Arrested in Uganda take case to Regional Court

    Three Rwandans who say they were illegally detained in Uganda for close to a year have filed a case in the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) seeking compensation…

Africa Trailing the Rest of the World in Reaching Global Targets

Africa Trailing the Rest of the World in Reaching Global Targets

“As an African, this report makes for sober reading…” The opening sentence in President Paul Kagame’s address to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) conference, just concluded in Rwanda&#8217…

From Religious Mission to Extreme Torture in Uganda – a Rwandan Pastor Narrates Ordeal

From Religious Mission to Extreme Torture in Uganda – a Rwandan Pastor Narrates Ordeal

In 2006, Rev. Jean de Dieu Singirankabo left Rwanda and went to preach the word of God in Uganda. A member of the Association des Eglises Pantecote au Rwanda – ADEPR…

Heavy Trucks Resume Gatuna Border Route as Uganda Deports More Rwandans

Heavy Trucks Resume Gatuna Border Route as Uganda Deports More Rwandans

Heavy Trucks from Uganda and Kenya this week resumed crossing into Rwanda through Gatuna border post, following its temporary resumption. In March this year, Rwanda kicked off rehabilitation of its…

Kagame in Nigeria to Share Rwanda’s Stance on Corruption

Kagame in Nigeria to Share Rwanda’s Stance on Corruption

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame is in Nigeria’s capital Abuja where he is expected to speak at the country’s National Democracy Day Anti-Corruption Summit. At the invitation…

Rwandans Still Advised NOT to Travel to Uganda – Sezibera  

Rwandans Still Advised NOT to Travel to Uganda – Sezibera  

Rwanda has said that its travel advisory to citizens entering Uganda still stands despite government provisionary opening cargo transit routes on the Gatuna-Katuna border highway which has been under…

Kagame Rejoices Recovery of Gabon President Ondimba

Kagame Rejoices Recovery of Gabon President Ondimba

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has rejoiced “significant improvement” to the health of Gabon President Ali Bongo Ondimba who has been sick for months. The President, who visited the Western…

Perhaps Lingala Could Be Rwanda’s Fifth Official Language – Muses First Lady

Perhaps Lingala Could Be Rwanda’s Fifth Official Language – Muses First Lady

Mrs Kagame said that DRC and Rwanda have profound cultural and linguistic bonds that she finds it not bad, if Lingala joined the four existing official languages of Rwanda. Kinyarwanda…

Angelo Izama Confirms What is Already Known: Museveni’s Unrelenting Desire to Control Rwanda

Angelo Izama Confirms What is Already Known: Museveni’s Unrelenting Desire to Control Rwanda

On Saturday, June 8, 2019, the Ugandan journalist Angelo Izama wrote in the Daily Monitor an article titled “How clashes of Egos drag Uganda and Rwanda to conflict.” The article…

180 Rwandans Trafficked  in 5 Years

180 Rwandans Trafficked in 5 Years

Rwanda has warned the world that cases of human trafficking continue to rise everyday – calling for renewed efforts to combat the vice. The country is hosting a workshop on Combating…